Marketing Expert to Present at Broken Bow Seminar

Release Date: 

06/10/2008

Contact(s): 

Monica Braun, REAP Women's Business Center Director, mbraun@windstream.net Phone: (402) 643-2673 or Denise Russell, Broken Bow Chamber Office, deniserussell@brokenbow-ne.com Phone: (308) 872-5691
Lyons, NE - The Rural Enterprise Assistance Project (REAP) Women's Business Center, a program of the Center for Rural Affairs, along with the Broken Bow Chamber of Commerce is sponsoring a marketing seminar. The event will take place at the Tumbleweed Café Meeting Room in Broken Bow at 7:00 p.m. on Monday, June 23.
Guest presenter, marketing Expert Dave Buchholz of David & Associates will be in Broken Bow to offer his expertise to local business owners.
 
Dave Buchholz is president of David & Associates, a marketing communications firm headquartered in Hastings, Nebraska, which he founded in 1984. The company serves regional, national and international clients in agribusiness, healthcare, telecommunications, financial, manufacturing, tourism and economic development, professional services and retail. The firm has won several regional and national awards for its creative work.
 
"This will be a great opportunity for business owners to get many effective marketing tips. They will learn if their marketing messages are reaching the appropriate targets, whether the internet is the right marketing tool for them, and other sure-fire techniques to reach their target market." commented Monica Braun, REAP Women's Business Center Director.
 
Registration deadline is Friday, June 20.
 
For more information contact Monica Braun, REAP Women's Business Center Director, mbraun@windstream.net, (402) 643-2673 or Denise Russell, Broken Bow Chamber Office, deniserussell@brokenbow-ne.com, (308) 872-5691.
 
More information about REAP can be found at www.cfra.org/reap, or by calling (402) 656-3091. The Center for Rural Affairs receives funding for REAP from the Nebraska Microenterprise Development Act, Community Development Block Grants through the Nebraska Department of Economic Development, Small Business Administration, United States Department of Agriculture and other sources.

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